Destination Hong Kong: The Smart Way for Travellers from Singapore

Fuzzie's guide for snagging the best hotel deals and inspiration for getting the most out of your holiday in Hong Kong.

Destination Hong Kong: The Smart Way for Travellers from Singapore

Hong Kong is a popular getaway for Singaporeans. You can shop till you drop, eat your heart out and even trek up rolling mountains that dot their skyline. For the young and young at heart, the city offers fun times at Disneyland and Ocean Park.

The city has literally hundreds of hotels and picking the right one can be daunting.

Fuzzie has tied up with top rated hotels that are new, fresh, offer great value for money and very instagrammable, so you don't have to sweat it out to get the best stay worthy of sharing.

Where to stay with Fuzzie: The Best of the Best

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The Hari Hong Kong (from S$190++)

The Hari captures the modern social spirit of Hong Kong - fashionable, elegant and with understated luxury. Yet it remains affordable for Singapore residents to enjoy. Relatively new, being opened end 2020, with its rich art showcase throughout the hotel, towering height and floor to ceiling windows offering spectacular views of the skyline, The Hari is a refreshing way to experience the city. Their restaurants and bars are highly rated, creating an all-in-one stay and dining experience.

Located at the Causeway Bay, The Hari sits in the heart of Hong Kong and is easily accessible to the best shopping and dining spots the city has to offer.

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Your exclusive Fuzzie Holiday Package includes:

  1. 20% off Best Available Rate
  2. Free welcome drink for up to 2 guests
  3. Prevailing restaurant/bar discounts for guests (usually 15% off)
  4. Early check-in & late check-out benefit (subject to availability upon arrival)
  5. Free The Hari Scented Candle worth HK$350

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The Arca Hong Kong (from S$90++)

Experience the Southside of Hong Kong in this fresh and gorgeous hotel launched in 2022. Overlooking the Aberdeen Harbor filled with junks and sampans and with mountain views all around, you'll get a taste of picturesque Hong Kong in all its tranquil glory, especially with its infinity pool where you can soak it all in.

Easily visit Ocean Park, one of their biggest attractions, and stroll along the fishing village from your hotel. There are lots of chic neighbourhood cafes along with a popular food market and the all new The Southside shopping mall just 5 minutes away. The MTR is a quick walk from the hotel that quickly brings you to central Hong Kong to continue your shopping and food adventures.

With spacious family rooms and kids meals available, it's great for an awesome family stay.

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Your exclusive Fuzzie Holiday Package includes:

  1. 30% off Best Available Rate
  2. Free daily buffet breakfast for up to 2 guests
  3. Free daily Sunset Hour drink for each guest
  4. HK$50 dining voucher at Arca Society
  5. Early check-in & late check-out benefit (subject to availability upon arrival)

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10 must-do experiences for visitors in Hong Kong

Written by Time Out Hong Kong

Mountain trails and skyscrapers

From conquering mountain trails to exploring neon-lit streetscapes, Hong Kong is a city that offers myriad possibilities and experiences. Go from ancient temples to glistening skyscrapers, then dip into bustling city markets before decamping to seaside villages. The only question is — where to start? Read on for a list of unmissable experiences to tick off your Hong Kong wish list.

Peak Tram

Gaze across Hong Kong and Kowloon from The Peak

Hike up the Morning Trail to the Peak Galleria, where refreshments await — along with classic picture-postcard skyline views across both sides of Victoria Harbour. Alternatively, the Peak Tram offers a scenic sprint up to the top with stellar views along the way. For a different view, come at sunset when the sky erupts into brilliant reds before blinking back to life with a million lights below.

Devour local delicacies like dim sum

Hong Kong’s restaurants serve up flavours from across Asia and the West. But don’t leave town without trying bamboo steamers piled high with dim sum at classic all-day spots like Luk Yu Teahouse. Elsewhere, try local favourites like char siu fan (barbecue pork and rice) and pineapple buns with butter at a cha chaan teng like Kam Wah Café and Sun Kwai Heung. 

Xiqu Centre

Get arty at galleries, museums and more

Spend a few hours perusing exhibitions, shops and restaurants within Tai Kwun, a police station turned cultural hub in Central. Across the harbour, discover world-class collections at the Hong Kong Museum of Art and Cantonese opera at West Kowloon Cultural District’s Xiqu Centre. Then take a tour of street art adorning Sham Shui Po’s shopfronts and residential buildings.   

Hike Hong Kong’s great outdoors

Dragon’s Back

You can easily hike or hit the beach and be back for dinner. Or, do all three with Dragon’s Back: a breathtaking trail finishing with a meal on Big Wave Bay or Shek O beach. Adventurous hikers can try Sai Kung’s 100-kilometre MacLehose Trail, explore the UNESCO Global Geopark’s unique rock formations or scale Lantau Island’s stunning Sunset Peak

Tian Tan Buddha

Climb the steps up to the Big Buddha

Take a pilgrimage up the 268 steps to the Tian Tan Buddha, a 34-metre-tall bronze statue. While there, explore nearby Po Lin Monastery and elevate your experience by riding the Ngong Ping 360 cable car from Tung Chung for stellar views across Lantau Island’s hills and the glittering South China Sea.

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Drink in the city’s never-ending nightlife

Start with sundowners on Popinjays’ 4,500-square-foot terrace overlooking Central’s skyscrapers, before visiting award-winning bars like Mexican-inspired Coa for creative cocktails. Then sing your heart out at karaoke spots like Red Mr, or bop along to the rocking jukebox soundtrack at Soho bar The Pontiac. End the night at Amazonia, where cover bands smash out rock and pop hits.

Take in the Hong Kong skyline from all angles

Avenue of Stars

Snap Hong Kong skyline views (and a selfie with the Bruce Lee statue) from Tsim Sha Tsui’s Avenue of Stars — complete with A Symphony of Lights performance at 8pm. For alternative angles, go east along Hung Hom and Kwun Tong promenades. Lei Yue Mun offers perfect sunset skylines and quaint fishing village vibes. Or get up high at sky100 observation deck and the Hong Kong Observation Wheel.

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Ocean Park

Get a thrill at theme parks

Hong Kong’s proudly homegrown theme park Ocean Park has been entertaining kids and adults alike with its thrilling rides and animal encounters for over 40 years. But you can also head to Disneyland to meet Mickey, ride Space Mountain and enjoy the rides at Toy Story Land and other areas of the magical kingdom.

Horse racing

Try your luck at Happy Valley Racecourse

Horse racing truly is the sport of the people: entrance is cheap, snacks and drinks are plentiful, and the roar of the crowd cheering on the horses and jockeys is truly electric. Head to Happy Valley Racecourse, where races take place on Wednesday evenings during the racing season (September to June/July).

[Remarks: Racecourses, including Happy Valley, may be implementing restrictions or special procedures, such as requiring reservations, for entry. Please check the official website before you visit.]

Sham Shui Po street

Take yourself on self-guided tours of local neighbourhoods

The best way to experience the charms of the city’s distinct neighbourhoods is on foot. The emerging neighbourhood of West Kowloon connects the traditional craftsmanship, historic buildings, authentic dining and shopping experiences in the city to the new bustling energy of an international art and culture district. Take yourself through Central’s backstreets, markets and the historical buildings surrounding Graham Street wet market. Get to know the quirky cafes, galleries and boutiques sprouting up in Sham Shui Po’s traditionally working-class neighbourhood. And go further to experience laid-back Sai Kung’s seaside restaurants and rural villages.

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